After the recent launch of Mi 11 in China, Xiaomi is launching another device with the new flagship Snapdragon 888 SoC. Redmi K40 will also be among the first few devices to launch with the new flagship chipset. Also, Kudos to China for getting their tech game ahead with most Chinese brand launching phones with the new chipset early-on. The Redmi K40 might hit the market in February; let’s head onto the article to discuss leaks, key features and Redmi K40 price in Nepal.
Redmi K40 Overview
Starting with the performance itself, Just like the recent Mi 11, Redmi K40 series also will be powered by a Snapdragon 888 SoC. With the Snapdragon 888, the Redmi K40 will be among the first few phones to get the new flagship SoC.
The phone might have an AMOLED screen on the display aspect, considering it was used on the Redmi K30 series. But based on previous rumours, the phone will have a high refresh rate, but we can’t confirm yet if the Redmi K40 will have an IPS LCD or AMOLED panel. Either way, Lu Weibing has leaked about the phone being probably the “expensive straight screen” suggesting the phone will definitely be priced close to the world of curve screens. And Redmi K40 isn’t the only flagship with a flat-screen Since the Samsung Galaxy S21 series will also have a flat-screen except for the Ultra. But the K40 series might come with a 144Hz refresh rate IPS LCD like the Redmi K30S, Mi 10T and the Mi 10T Pro.
The next thing Redmi’s General manager talked about the phone having a larger battery capacity than just 4000 mAh. And according to the previous leaks, the Redmi K40 will also have a 33W fast charging support.
Redmi K40 Price in Nepal
The Redmi K40 might be launched in February in China. With a flagship chipset featured, the tech enthusiasts are eager to get their hands on the device. Redmi’s General manager Lu Weibing has suggested that the phone’s Pricing will start at 2999 yuan, which is just above the pricing we saw in Redmi K30s couple of months ago. Converting the price, Redmi K40 price in Nepal will start at Rs. 54,450 which is excellent for a device having a flagship chipset. Obviously, we might not get the Redmi K40 at the same price but expect a little bump in the Redmi K40 series pricing here in Nepal.
These were the key features leaked by the Redmi’s General Manager Lu Weibing. We are hoping the device to hit the markets soon. It might be launched in China initially and hit the global markets later on. The GM has also talked about Redmi not being afraid of any competitors in 2021 and bringing its A-game out on the company’s flagship phones. This is also good for us consumers to get a flagship device at very low pricing. High hopes on Redmi!